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Interview – Sahil Mathur

This article is part of a series of interviews with the contributing authors of Fundamentals of international relations. Sahil Mathur is a doctoral candidate in international relations and an adjunct professor at the…

Sociology optional

Applicants should choose the optional based on different criteria. It includes the program, available coaching materials and professional coaching centers. As of 2013, only one option is to be taken and it carries 500 points out of 1750.…

RCEP and ASEAN: old and new

Author: Jayant Menon, ISEAS–Yusof Ishak InstituteTo understand the interrelationship between ASEAN and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), it is useful to separate the newer and less developed members - Cambodia, Laos,…

Meritocracy is a must

There cannot be two opinions on the preference of meritocracy in public life and governance. The decadence of society is due to nepotism and patronage which, over time, fuel unrest, prejudice and incompetence. Thus, Prime Minister Imran…